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n°55175522
pota
Posté le 04-12-2018 à 06:02:07  profilanswer
 

Je trouve pas de sujet pour discuter de ce qui se passe en Asie Pacifique alors que cette région du monde voit l'équilibrage des forces et sa stabilité remises en question.
Je lisais un article du NYT citant un responsable américain disant:  

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“China is now capable of controlling the South China Sea in all scenarios short of war with the United States,” the new commander of the United States Indo-Pacific Command, Adm. Philip S. Davidson, acknowledged in written remarks submitted during his Senate confirmation process in March.
 
He described China as a “peer competitor” gaining on the United States not by matching its forces weapon by weapon but by building critical “asymmetrical capabilities,” including with anti-ship missiles and in submarine warfare. “There is no guarantee that the United States would win a future conflict with China,” he concluded.


https://www.nytimes.com/2018/08/29/ [...] hina-reach
 
Le 21ème siècle va voir beaucoup de changements dans ce coin du globe [:kolombin:2]

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Posté le 04-12-2018 à 06:02:07  profilanswer
 

n°55442892
pota
Posté le 07-01-2019 à 03:01:46  profilanswer
 

Taiwan president signals support for UK base in South China Sea

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Beijing, which claims the sea in its entirety, has alarmed the international community with a build-up of military fortifications in its waters.  
 
The UK is making post-Brexit plans to beef up its presence in the tinderbox region, with Gavin Williamson, the defence secretary, revealing to The Sunday Telegraph last week that Britain would open up a new military base in South East Asia.  
 
A source close to Mr Williamson added that the base could be sited in Singapore or Brunei in the South China Sea.


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Asked by the Sunday Telegraph if she would support a British presence there, President Tsai signalled that Taiwan would welcome “any actions that will be helpful towards maintaining peace in the South China Sea, as well as maintaining freedom of passage.”
 
She added: “If it is helpful towards these end goals then we adopt an open attitude towards that and we hope that all countries can work together fully in the South China Sea on all these issues and respect one another’s positions.”


 
Et du coup: Britain to become 'true global player' post-Brexit with military bases in South East Asia and Caribbean, says Defence Secretary

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The Defence secretary urges Britons to stop downplaying the country's influence internationally and recognise that the UK will stand tall on the world stage after leaving the European Union.
 
In an interview with The Telegraph in his Ministry of Defence office, Mr Williamson says: "We have got to be so much more optimistic about our future as we exit the European Union.

n°55444293
jamere
Posté le 07-01-2019 à 10:24:45  profilanswer
 

J'ai l'impression que le dirigeant chinois actuel a des volontés de domination plus affirmées que les précédents (Afrique, route de la soie, Japon, etc.)
 
Je ne suis pas convaincu que une base UK à Taiwan soit une très bonne idée

n°55444659
pota
Posté le 07-01-2019 à 10:53:30  profilanswer
 

jamere a écrit :

J'ai l'impression que le dirigeant chinois actuel a des volontés de domination plus affirmées que les précédents (Afrique, route de la soie, Japon, etc.)
 
Je ne suis pas convaincu que une base UK à Taiwan soit une très bonne idée


La base n'est pas prévue pour Taïwan mais pour Singapour ou le Brunei selon l'article que j'ai cité.

n°56444665
pota
Posté le 02-05-2019 à 08:17:18  profilanswer
 


China’s vast fleet is tipping the balance in the Pacific

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Globally, the U.S. Navy remains the dominant maritime force, the power that keeps the peace and maintains freedom of navigation on the high seas. Chinese military and political figures say that while their nation’s fleet has more ships, America has more powerful ones, and overall supremacy at sea.  
 
“The Chinese navy is at least three decades behind the United States,” a retired Chinese naval officer told Reuters, requesting anonymity. “It is too early for the United States to fret.”
 
China, however, has established dominance in the waters closest to its coast.


 

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The PLA navy is growing and improving, and in sheer numbers of vessels, exceeds its American rival. But China still falls well short of overall U.S. naval power. With 11 aircraft carriers, 88 powerful surface warships and 69 nuclear-powered submarines, America deploys the mightiest fleet and is likely to maintain a technological edge for some time, according to U.S. and Chinese military officials.


 

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China also faces challenges in its drive to become a global naval power. Chinese and foreign naval experts warn that Beijing faces a colossal funding burden as it adds multiple warships to its fleet. Typically, navies wind up paying the initial price of building a warship three times over its service life, if maintenance and refitting costs are included, according to shipbuilders.


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